Small business operators will be exempt from fees for broadcasting World Cup 2014 football matches between June 12 and July 13.
Small street vendors will be exempt from paying World Cup broadcasting fees this year. Some 45 million viewers watched the 2010 World Cup, benefiting food and beverage sales as well as convenience stores and shops. PHONGTHAI WATTANAVANIVUT
Small street vendors selling noodles, somtam and khao tom (boiled rice with different dishes) can broadcast World Cup matches without paying broadcasting fees, said RS Plc, the broadcast rights holder of the 2014 World Cup in Thailand.
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